Cow and bull having sex block road


Blackleaf
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This is the hilarious moment a woman was forced to wait behind a bull and cow as they caused a raunchy roadblock.

The picture, taken in Harris in the Western Isles, was posted by 47-year-old Amanda Kate Rodgers who was travelling through Hushinish.

Amanda, a student from Warrington, Cheshire posted it with the caption: 'Scottish traffic problems.'

Speed hump! Woman is forced to halt her Western Isles journey as a bull mounting a cow briefly blocks the road


Amanda Kate Rodgers, 47, captured the moment on the Isle of Harris

The student from Warrington, Cheshire, captioned it: 'Scottish traffic problems'

The photo has gone viral with many commenting on the unusual roadblock

By Jack Newman For Mailonline
16 August 2019

This is the hilarious moment a woman was forced to wait behind a bull and cow as they caused a raunchy roadblock.

The picture, taken in Harris in the Western Isles, was posted by 47-year-old Amanda Kate Rodgers who was travelling through Hushinish.

Amanda, a student from Warrington, Cheshire posted it with the caption: 'Scottish traffic problems.'


Amanda Kate Rodgers came across this unusual roadblock as she was driving through the Isle of Harris


The 47-year-old captured the hilarious photo on Facebook: 'Scottish traffic problems'

The photograph shows an enormous black bull mounting a cow in the middle of the road.

Amanda said she just laughed out loud after witnessing the intimate moment.

She said: 'We'd driven up the road from Hushinish on Harris. The cows were originally just stood in the road which was funny in itself.

'We pondered on what to do then suddenly the back one jumped up on the other. These were big beasts too!

'We just laughed out loud and I said Scottish traffic problems!

'He wasn't up there for long thankfully!'


Amanda, a student from Warrington, Cheshire, delighted people on social media with the photo

The image has proved popular since it was uploaded with many in the comments poking fun at the unusual road block.

Ann Leese added: 'Think it's broken down and he's pushing it to the garage.'

Tim Hayman added: 'Call me naive but all I see is a broken down cow being towed by the cow rescue service!'

Raymie Vin Petrol said: 'Hope the one in front has got insurance after being rear ended.'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ocks-road.html
 
Danbones
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Good thing that big one in the back wasn't a giant pig or they might need an aboartion.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

Good thing that big one in the back wasn't a giant pig or they might need an aboartion.

That would be weird.
 
Curious Cdn
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No doubt, you're no stranger to bullshit sex.


There should be a "Humping Cattle Next 5 km" road sign.
 
Danbones
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Oh bull!

They can't make you.
 
Blackleaf
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Walking along Bradshawgate late last night and I saw a few bulls shagging fat cows in the middle of the road. Friday night...
 
taxslave
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Quote: Originally Posted by Blackleaf View Post

Walking along Bradshawgate late last night and I saw a few bulls shagging fat cows in the middle of the road. Friday night...

Nobody is ugly after 2 am.
 
Curious Cdn
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Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Nobody is ugly after 2 am.

Is that how you met your sweetie?
 
Blackleaf
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I saw one large drunken heifer on her backside outside The Bar on Nelson Square just off Bradshawgate with some of her mates round her. She'd obviously had a few.

"Excuse me! Can I wear your cap?" she shouted at me.

I just said "No", and that was that.
 
Blackleaf
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And then there was the drunken prick who wasn't from this area annoying me in Allen's Fried Chicken on Bradshawgate.

"Put your hat my head!"

"No", I said wearily.

"I like your mustard yellow jacket. Where did you get it from?"

"I got it from ASDA. 20."

"No, you didn't."

"I did."

"Bollocks! Put your cap on my head..."
 
Danbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Nobody is ugly after 2 am.


Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Is that how you met your sweetie?

maybe that's how he meets yours
 
Curious Cdn
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Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

maybe that's how he meets yours

My wife WOULD NOT like someone like Bloomers.
 
Blackleaf
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Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

My wife WOULD NOT like someone like Bloomers.

She'd prefer someone like me.
 
B00Mer
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Utter nonsenses..
 
DaSleeper
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You mean Udder Nonsense don't you?
 
Curious Cdn
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Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

You mean Udder Nonsense don't you?

He's REALLY not that bright. Don't raise his expectations, like that.
 
Blackleaf
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Udderly weird! Herd of cows JUMP over the white line in the middle of the road as they cross over to a new field

A herd of cows in the UK have been spotted leaping over road lane markings
Twitter users have been left fascinated by the bizarre avoidance of thin air
Many have shared their ideas as to why the herd chose to jump the flat line

By John Bennett For Mailonline
26 August 2019

This is the bizarre moment a herd of cows jump over lane markings in the middle of a sodden country road somewhere in the UK.

In a real show of herd mentality the first cow creates a bovine Mexican wave as each follower leaps gracefully over the line.

Mesmerized viewers took to social media to show off the strangely charming sight to their friends.

The strange dance routine begins as leader of the herd confidently leaps over the line.

With a small amount of hesitancy, the others decide that this is most certainly the only way to approach the road markings, each following the first's example.

Several theories have been posited on why the heifers chose the odd ballet routine, with one user speculating the line could remind them of electric fencing used to guide them away from areas they shouldn't be in.


As the cows traverse the damp fields they encounter the road markings prompting their strange response


It's not quite the moon: The last cow cuts a striking image as it makes the groups final hurdle to cross the empty road




Many have found that the odd display has left them feeling more positive for the day ahead while others have vowed to change their diets in honour of the display

WATCH THE VIDEO:


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tRqAT5TwdOQ

However, it is more likely that the twinkle-toed crowd is actually afraid of what they can't see.

Cows eyes are much different from a human's, taking in a broader field of vision than humans at the cost of depth perception.

It is more likely the crowd are registering the line as a much bigger obstacle than it is, feeling the need to leap over just to be safe.

The same practice is applied with cow catchers, grids over broad ditches at the entrances to fields, the bright lines of the metal coupled with the dark of the ditch encourages cows to stay away.

Similar methods have been used with just painted on road markings in a similar pattern, which often has the same result, halting cows in their tracks.


Cattle grids or cow-catchers as they are sometimes known are used to keep tracks into fields open to vehicles while restricting livestock from leaving


Due to the poor depth perception most cows have painting lines across a road gives the same appearance of a grid tricking them into avoiding the area - a much cheaper alternative

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...new-field.html
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